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June 16, 2020
Donica Johns poses for a portrait in her home office in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., on June 13, 2020....
New Orleans, LA, UNITED STATES
Black owned businesses slow to receive aid during coronavirus pandemic
Donica Johns poses for a portrait in her home office in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., on June 13, 2020. Johns hasn’t benefited much from the aid offered to small business owners during the crisis, and she isn't alone. Many other black owned businesses that didn’t have existing banking relationships before the crisis hit are having similar experiences. At the beginning of the year she was in the process of rebranding her skincare business and shopping for an official workspace that would allow her to expand her company. She was forced to put the expansion plans on hold when the coronavirus pandemic hit, and has been struggling to replenish her inventory because of shipping delays caused by the virus. Johns applied for a loan from the Paycheck Protection Program but hasn’t heard back. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
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